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Festo at a glance

Festo is both a global player and an independent family-owned company with companies in 61 countries. We supply automation technology and technical educational solutions to more than 35 industries.

Festo worldwide

Facts and figures

  • 21,200 Employees worldwide
  • 3.2 Worldwide turnover in billions of euro
  • 300,000 Customers in factory and process automation
  • 36,000 Equipped educational institutions

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Change of name of Festo AG & Co. KG to Festo SE & Co. KG
Festo Press Image Head_Office.jpg Head Office of Festo in Esslingen a.N., Germany (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Change of name of Festo AG & Co. KG to Festo SE & Co. KG
Festo Pressebild Head_Office.jpg Stammsitz von Festo in Esslingen a.N., Deutschland (Foto: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Adding value to supply chains through additive manufacturing
Festo press photo HP Center of Excellence 1 HP’s new 150,000 sq. Ft 3D Printing and Digital Manufacturing Center of Excellence in Barcelona, Spain. (Photo: HP)
Adding value to supply chains through additive manufacturing
Festo press photo HP Center of Excellence 2 HP’s new facility integrates flexible layouts for collaboration across engineering, R&D groups, customers, and partners with fleets of the latest plastics and metals 3D production system for rapid and agile product development. (Photo: HP)
Lean & Green Award for production plant of Festo
Produktionswerk_Sofia.jpg The Global Production Center Sofia in Bulgaria – manufacturing location of Festo for sensors, cables and other electronic components. Photo: Festo AG
Lean & Green Award for production plant of Festo
Lean_Green_Gewinner.jpg The winner team from Festo. Photo: Stefan Bausewein
sps trade fair in Nuremberg: Festo focuses on hybrid automation
Festo Press Image Dr Frank Melzer Dr Frank Melzer, Member of the Management Board Product and Technology Management (CTO) at Festo (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
sps trade fair in Nuremberg: Festo focuses on hybrid automation
Festo Press Image CMMT-ST Servo drive controller CMMT-ST – the compact extra low-voltage servo drive controller for highly economical positioning and movement. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
sps trade fair in Nuremberg: Festo focuses on hybrid automation
Festo Press Image Simplified Motion Series Implement simple motion tasks electrically and communicate intelligently via IO-Link® in control systems and even in the cloud. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
sps trade fair in Nuremberg: Festo focuses on hybrid automation
Festo Press Image BionicOpter The BionicOpter can be operated easily and intuitively via smartphone. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
The Festo Group
Festo Press Image Head Office The corporate head office of Festo at Esslingen a.N., Germany. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
The Festo Group
Festo Press Image laboratory automation Festo develops intelligent, tested subsystems for the automation of liquid media and sample handling applications. The applications involve the use of both electric and pneumatic actuators with motors, controllers and handling systems, as well as grippers, sensors and camera systems. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
The Festo Group
Festo Press Image medical technology In medical technology, the focus is on the efficient open-loop and closed-loop control of medical gases. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Digital Summit in Dortmund
Festo Press Picture Headquarters Festo Headquarters in Esslingen, Germany.(Foto: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Digital Summit in Dortmund
Festo Press Picture Dr Frank Melzer Dr Frank Melzer, Member of the Management Board Product and Technology Management (CTO) at Festo, is the current head of the steering committee for the “Plattform Industrie 4.0.” (Source: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Innovation pays off
Festo press photo, 2019 DMG MORI Innovation Partner Award Festo was presented with the DMG MORI Innovation Partner Award 2019 at the EMO. From left to right: Christian Thönes, Chairman of the Management Board at DMG MORI AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT, Timo Rickermann, Chief Purchasing Officer at DMG MORI AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT, Dietfried Lustig, Global Key Account Manager at Festo, Dr. Oliver Jung, Chairman of the Management Board at Festo AG, moderators Angela Julie Wadenpohl and Yasmine Blair, as well as Dr.-Ing. Masahiko Mori, President of DMG MORI COMPANY LIMITED. (Photo: DMG MORI)
The Festo Group
Festo Pressebild Head Office Head Office of Festo in Esslingen a.N., Germany. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
The Festo Group
Festo Pressebild process automation Festo supports its customers in all project phases, from engineering right through to operation and maintenance. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
The Festo Group
Festo Press Image SIL and explosion protection Festo supplies products and solutions for safety-related applications. (Foto: Festo AG & Co. KG)
The Festo Group
Festo Press Image CP Factory Qualification for Industry 4.0: Festo Didactic offers a cyber-physical learning and research platform in the form of the CP Factory. This platform models the stations in a real production plant. (Photo: Festo Didactic SE)
Will automation become autonomous thanks to artificial intelligence?
Festo Press Image TechTalk Festo Online Press Conference with Dionysios Satikidis, Tanja Krüger, Carmen Henschel, Dr Frank Melzer und Dr Elias Knubben (from left to right)
Will automation become autonomous thanks to artificial intelligence?
Festo Press Image BionicSoftHand The BionicSoftHand autonomously learns to solve gripping and rotating tasks by means of artificial intelligence.
Human-Robot Collaboration in Industry 4.0
Festo press photo Human-Robot Collaboration The robot performs restacking tasks in the immediate vicinity of the worker, among other processes.
Human-Robot Collaboration in Industry 4.0
Festo press photo mobile robot worker The robot as a mobile worker: it is not permanently installed but mobile and flexible for versatile production.
Human-Robot Collaboration in Industry 4.0
Festo press photo printed circuit boards The APAS robot from Bosch supports quality inspection of printed circuit boards.
Dr Melzer heads steering committee Industry 4.0 platform
Festo Press Image Handshake Industry 4.0 platform steering committee Dr Frank Melzer (right) replaces SAP Member of the Management Board Bernd Leukert as head of the Industry 4.0 platform steering committee. Source: Janina Henning / Industry 4.0 platform
Dr Melzer heads steering committee Industry 4.0 platform
Festo Press Image Dr. Frank Melzer Dr.Frank Melzer
Entering the next stage with artificial intelligence
Festo Press Image Dr Frank Melzer "AI algorithms will be introduced in automation products from Festo and generate additional added value for our customers," explains Dr Frank Melzer, Member of the Board, Product and Technology Management. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Entering the next stage with artificial intelligence
Festo Press Image E2M Module All-round service unit component: fitted with sensors gathers data from the energy efficiency module MSE6-E2M from Festo that can be evaluated to counteract deviations. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Entering the next stage with artificial intelligence
Resolto Press Image Resolto Informatik GmbH Festo has now taken an additional step forward in digitalisation. With the takeover of Resolto Informatik GmbH in the spring of 2018, it will also be able to offer solutions with artificial intelligence for real-time applications. (Photo: Resolto Informatik GmbH)
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Festo at a glance

Festo is both a global player and an independent family-owned company with companies in 61 countries. We supply automation technology and technical educational solutions to more than 35 industries.

Festo worldwide

Facts and figures

  • 21,200 Employees worldwide
  • 3.2 Worldwide turnover in billions of euro
  • 300,000 Customers in factory and process automation
  • 36,000 Equipped educational institutions

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